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THE CLASS OF 1964 




PRESENTS 




PORTICO 



BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 




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DEDICATION 



"Let the word go forth from this time and place . . . that the 
torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans — " 



In grateful appreciation for his interest in the youth of 
America, we, the Class of 1964, dedicate our yearbook. 
Portico, to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th 
President of the United States of America. 

Throughout his tragically brief term, President Kennedy 
emphasized the important role of today's youth in govern- 
ment and world-wide activity. 

He had faith in us. He believed in our ability to be 
leaders in tomorrow's world, and, in our turn, to leave 
a legacy of bright deeds and dedication to those who 
will follow us. 

That fearful event in history has somehow committed us 
to the world we live in, and given us a deeper understanding 
of the goals we must attain. 



"With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the 
final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, 
asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth 
God's work must truly be our own." 



Inaugural Address. 1961 



ADMINISTRATION 




THOMAS G. CARR 
President 



MILO F. GALBRAITH 

Vice-President 




JEANETTE T. WRIGHT 
Dean of the College 



ALICE E. BRADLEY 
Director of Admissions 




KLARA K. WENDER 

Treasurer 



MARION MERRIFIELD 
Executive Secretary 



FACULTY 




PHILIP H. CLARKE 

Chairman, English Department 



MARGARET E. DICK 

Director of Programming 
and Research 




ARTHUR A. HART 

Chairman, Art Department 





WILL A. DICKHUTH 
Chairman. Department of 
Psychology anil Sociology 



MARGARET K. DONAHUE 
Chairman, Secretarial 
Science Department 



ROBERT M. DIXON 

Chairman, Science [Department 



FACULTY 




DORIS F. DORSCH 
Secretarial Science 



MARJORIE J. KING 
Secretarial Science 



BARBARA J. DUNAY 

Secretarial Science 




WILLIAM B. READ, JR. 

Secretarial Science, Economics 



JOANNE GESSAY 

Secretarial Science 




MARIE GOULD SEATON 

Secretarial Science 



FACULTY 




DONG HOON CHOI 
History, Government 





GERALD J. KANF. 
English 




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MURIFI. MITC 
English 



SUE A. FINES 
French 



FACULTY 




MIRIAM F. HIRSCH 
Sociolo2\ 



CALLIOPE SHENAS 
Voice 



JOHN P. BEEM 
Ma:hematics 




ETHLYN J. GREENWOOD 
Librarian 



BEATRICE B. CLARKE 
Associate Librarian 



NORMA E. BINNIG 
Assistant Librarian 



STAFF 




MARCIA E. HART 

Director of Student Activities 





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JANE C. CLANCY 
Director of Public Relations 



GRACE M. DIXON 
Director of Athletic Program 




BERNICE P. VAILL 

Dietitian 



MIRIAM A. BAXTER. R.N. 
College Nurse 



MARIE K. JOYAL 
Bookkeeper 



STAFF 





CAROL E. COCHRAN 
Secretary to Director of Admissions 



ELEANOR J. GAY 
Secretary to the Dean 



DELORES C. ENNIS 
Clerk-Typist 




CLAIRE SIMAR 

Secretary to the Dean 





RUTH E. GOSS 

Director of Residence 




MILDRED E. DEOS 
House Director 



DELLA B. KYER 

House Director 



ELEANOR T. WHITNEY 
House Director 



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FACULTY FUN 










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JUNIORS 




Miss Hart 
Lynda Cooper 
Cheryl Townsend 
Regina Tranchida 
June Pavano 



CLASS OFFICERS 



Advisor 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 





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Leslie Cwikla 
Lorraine Festa 

Diane Vranas 
Maryann Sicmienski 
Barbara Giulini 
Martha Wicker 
Gail Backes 
Barbara Uricchio 



Linda Luty 

Edriss Johnson 

Carol Rosenvik 

Carol-Ann Pietrycha 





Anne Warfel 
Carol Dileo 
Joan Dibble 
Gail McLoughlin 




Megan Syme 

Paula Kassover 

Margaret Repman 



Linda Watts 
Patricia Witick 
Judith Wilkinson 
Ellen Law 




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Judith Bechtel 
Tatsuko Kamimori 
Maria Behrendt 
Gail Wilson 



Cheryl Poehlman 
Ann Padfield 
Ellen Phillips 




Jane Ridgway 

Carolin Mayhew 

Jeannette MacKinnon 

Joyce Manning 

Andriena Lundgren 





Martha Pilkington 
Madeline McGovern 
Janet Caruso 
Pamela Petit 



Jacqueline Barrett 

Diane Krajewski 

Joyce Belangcr 

Sue Hulit 

Sherri Cohen 

Ruth Hickson 




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Terrell Long 
ramara \ ekshin 



Marianne Giorgianni 



Fllen Seymour 
1 eddi Szczygiel 




Lynn Nelson i„_„, 7 . 

«.„.. „, . Janet Zimmerman 

2 me ? e,PS Cheryl Townsend 

Margaret Bradley Susan Outhet 

Regina Tranchida 



Gail Hugo 

Karen Johnson 

Ruth Mertin 

Elizabeth Nilsson 




Judy Taylor 
Kay LePrevost 
Sally Mitchell 
Norma Newcomb 




Valerie Porowski 
Mary Hutt 



Patricia Geci 
Constance Rourke 




Frances Kaminski 



Charlotte Narkawicz 
Patricia Johnson 



Frances Sacerdote 
Janyce Sullivan 



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Beverly Blake Frances Proferes 

Ann Gracely Karen Simpson 

Esther Pontecorvo 




Beverly Bellefeuille 
Linda Feegel 
Joyce Read 



Donna Woods 
Anne Deaton 
Martha Welch 



Faith Sackter 

Linda Coscia 

Cynthia Pardon 




Carol Daley 
Susan Denz 
Joanne Rivenburgh 
Kathleen Clayton 




Barbara Froehlich 
Linda Weir 



June Pavano 
Susan Barr 




Lynda Cooper 



Janice Libiszewski 
Veronica Lask) 



Susan Mysliwy 
Anna Woloshchuk 



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Anne Fitzgerald 
Marsha Roderick 
Sandra Stevenson 
Sandra Tidd 
Gae Wood 
Nancy Paine 
Donna Laramie 
Elizabeth Crocker 



Diane Greene 

Jill Griffith 

Nancv Fransiamore 




Elizabeth Gildersleeve 
Marjorie Gardner 



(front row) 

Andrea Evans 

Roben Schultze 

Victoria Brandt 

Christine Curtis 

(back row) 

Anne King 

Cynthia Bloch 

Mary Johnston 

Carol Carlson 




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Lynne Addison 

Jean Dilk 

Cheryl Chalke 

Mona Merigian 

MaryEllen Gallivan 

Linda Marcy 

Sharon Fancher 




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Joan Waldron 
Lorraine Turek 
Donna Tremper 




Jaclyn White 
Gail Tomlinson 
Janine Tichiaz 




Joan Hemingway 
Dianne Barry 
Catherine Sfreddo 
Dorothy Donaldson 
Karen DaRoss 
Louise Curtis 
Beverlj Berthold 
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Susan Karafa 


Barbara Stroup 


Sharon O'Connor 


Jeanne Cesarello 


Cheryl Murphy 


Mary Jennings 


Betsj Howe 


Dee Sparrow 


Marilyn Dzen 




Janet Fedak 
Mariann Ward 
Marsha Zelazo 





Kathleen Powers 
Mary-Ellen O'Meara 



Julia Henry 
Carol Podosek 




Anne Mailloux 



Veronica Duffy 



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Valerie Maxant 
Paula Gaudreau 



Bette Hall 
Dorothy Mett 




Ronni Saxon 



Leslie Collier 
Janet Kulas 
Susan Beltrandi 



Susan Coughlin 
Joyce Cooley 
Patricia Andrighetti 



Evelyn Rumstay 

Jean Austin 

Ellen Wilson 





Carol Crosby 
Bernadette Waters 



Marilyn Carteri 
Susan Snuler 




Jean Fecci 



Marilyn Skinnei 
Carol Plant 
Loretla lallon 



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Claudia Morris 
Irene Gallagher 
Ruth Roberts 
Jean Murrow 
Jmlith Denman 
Fmil\ Alaimo 



Jacqueline Lomas 

Lucille Blouin 

Christina Foze 

Maureen Makol 





Linda Faith 
Norma Carruth 
Charlene Covey 
Joanne Marston 
Donna Rogers 
Janice Coe 
Frances Knolle 



Cheryl Barr 

Mary Lou Bregoli 

Penny Bigelow 

Susan Borrup 

Susan Dale 

Carolyn Daly 



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Marta Capecelatro 
Nancy Lee DeAngelis 
Nancy Fleischner 



Robin Lewis 

Patricia Albarelli 

Susan Dyal 

Doreen Albert 





Joanne Andrews 
Denise Pellissier 
Ann Wilson 
Karen Torno 

MaryElIen Tasillo 



Beth McGonncIl 
Paulette Smith 
Regina Grabowski 



Maureen Rulnick 

Patricia Phillips 

Nancy Ducla 

Elizabeth Wicks 

Sharline Siegel 

Jane Rowe 




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ACTIVITIES 








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STUDENT COUNCIL 




Marianne Giorgianni, Junior Commuter Representative 
Elizabeth Nilsson, Junior Student Aid Representative 
Jeanne Renzulli, Senior Dormitory Representative 
Anne Monahan, Treasurer 
Joan Quigley, Vice-President 
Noreen Leary, President 



Elizabeth Anderson, Secretary 

Susan Fitzgibbons, Senior Commuter Representative 
Patricia Shea, Senior Student Aid Representative 
Cheryl Murphy, Off-Campus Representative 
Susan Outhet, Junior Dormitory Representative 



The Student Council is comprised of representatives 
from both the Junior and Senior classes. Its members 
are elected by girls in their class. This group has done 
an outstanding job in attempting to improve campus 
spirit at Bay Path. 

The Student Council undertakes many projects, a 
few of which are the Student Council Store, the Coffee 
Bar, and the Christmas Party. 



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M INTER- DORM 

CI 

COUNCIL 



Front row: Barbara Kuhmichcl, Miss 
Goss, Inge Boettcher, Janice Coe, 
Dean Wright, Alice Schultz; Back 
row: Sharon Jenkinson, Susan White, 
Myrla Mitchell, Anne Deaton, Bar- 
bara Jachna, Elizabeth Wicks, Mary 
Johnston, Frances Proferes, Linda 
Rose 



The Inter-Dorm Council consists of the dormitory 
presidents and counselors. As representatives of their 
dorms, they meet once a month with the Dean and 
Director of Residence to discuss the suggestions and 
problems of the dormitory residents. This brings out the 
dormitory members' points of view as well as the ad- 
ministration's. 



BOLLUM 

HALL 



Miss Goss 

Myrla Mitchell, President 

Elizabeth Waiveris, Senior Representative 

Donna Tyskwicz, Secretary-Treasurer 

Sally Mitchell, Vice-President 

Kay LeProvost, Junior Representative 

Judith Taylor, Assistant Social Chairman 

Marta Capecelatro, Junior Representative 

Paula Bielaska, Social Chairman 

Deborah Wing, Senior Representative 

Miss Deos 




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EMPSALL 
HALL 




Mary Johnston, President 

Cheryl Townsend. Social Chairman 

Christine Curtis, Treasurer 



Janet Zimmerman, Secretary 

Mrs. Kyer 

Gail Tomlinson, Vice-President 




PERKINS 



HALL 



Mrs. Whitney 

Janet Adams. Social Chairman 
Frances Proferes, Presidenl 
Karen Simpson. Secretary 
Sandra Graves. Treasurer 
Ann ( iraeel\ . Vice-President 



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Linna Tower. Vice-President; Andrea Hodgdon, Emmy Priestley, Joan Quigley, Elaine Fotter, 
Elizabeth Anderson, Donna Tyskwicz, Linda Rose, Jeanne Shykula, President; Judith Walo, 
Barbara Grabon, Susanne Comparetto. Judith Cloud, Nancy Allen, Mona Jean Ashley 



MAROON KEY 



Membership in the Maroon Key Honor Society is 
awarded to those students who have attained Dean's 
List for two semesters. The members are presented 
their pins at an honor convocation in the fall, and they 
represent the college by acting as hostesses at college 
functions and as guides for prospective students. 



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GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Emmy Priestley, President 

Veronica Duffy, Vice-President 

Nancy Law, Secretary 

Barbara Stroup, Treasurer 

Alice Schultz, Librarian 

Sue Loughlin, Librarian 

Karen Pariseleti, Librarian 

Carol Ann Pietrycha, Librarian 



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The Glee Club, directed by Mrs. Esther Galbraith, consists of girls 
in the Junior and Senior classes who have shown their singing ability. 
If this ability exceeds all others, they may join a more select group 
known as the Keynotes. These groups meet twice a week for 
rehearsal. 

Something new was added to the program this year. Not only did 
we have our annual Christmas and Spring concerts, but we also 
presented a concert with the Yale Freshman Glee Club. Yale and Bay 
Path sang their own individual songs, and ended, jointly, with the 
singing of "Nanie" by Brahms. This new endeavor proved to be 
successful as well as rewarding for the Bay Path Glee Club. 



KEYNOTES 




Norma Carruth 
Barbara Stroup 
Hlizabeth Anderson 
Judith Heberl 
Sally Mitchell 
Anne Padfield 
Elizabeth Gildersleeve 
Emmy Priestley 
Judith Wilkinson 
Alice Schult/ 
Anne Warfel 
I laine I otter 
Mrs. Cialbraith. Director 



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OUTING 

CLUB 



Barbara Uricchio, Secretary-Treasurer 
Joanne Marston, President 
Lydia Campanini, Vice-President 
Mr. Dixon 



The Outing Club, under the energetic direction of Mr. Dixon, gives 
all students an opportunity to pursue their athletic interests and 
receive competent assistance in perfecting skills in archery, tennis, 
fencing, golf, and skiing. The club sponsors frequent skiing trips and 
a trip to Lake Placid, which is the highlight of their activities. 



BOOTS AND 

SADDLE CLUB 



A local riding stable is the host each 
week to this group of horsewomen. Nov- 
ices can learn to ride well, and experts 
can improve their skills as members of 
this club. The girls journey over country- 
side trails and paths in this area enhanc- 
ing their horsemanship and skill in 
jumping. 



Front row: Sallyanne Pryce, Jennifer Parrett, 
Susan Dyal; Back row: Jane Rowe, Frances 
Knolle. Irene Gallagher 




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ARTS CLUB 



Eugenia LaMonica, Treasurer 

Diane Vranas. Vice-President 

Elizabeth Waiveris, President 

Mrs. Mitchell 

Paula Kassover, Secretary 




The Bay Path Arts Club is an organization that is designed to 
further a girl's interest in the arts of the world of today. The club 
holds monthly meetings as well as such outside activities as musicals, 
plays, theater trips, dinners, and a picnic at the close of the school 
year. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Mitchell, the Arts Club will take a trip 
to New York City to view the cultural advantages that a large city has 
to offer. 



HOURGLASS 




This tri-annual newspaper, under the 
direction of Miss Dunay, is a report of 
the latest happenings on campus. Twice a 
month, these girls get together for a dis- 
cussion of the upcoming college news- 
paper. 

The Hourglass keeps students well in- 
formed about happenings around the col- 
lege. Any student may submit her own 
article which she feels might be enjoyed 
by other students on campus 



Miss Dunay 

Donna Smith, Assistant Editor 
Jeanne Shskula. Iditor-in-C'hicf 
Nancy Boynton, I iterary Editoi 



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SOCIAL 

SCIENCE 
CLUB 

The Social Science Club plans 
a varied program that is designed 
to better acquaint the members 
with the problems of society 
through an inquisitive study of 
some of the phases of sociology. 
The diverse programs are ar- 
ranged under the proficient guid- 
ance of Mr. Dickhuth. 



Judith Cloud. Planning Chairman 
Maureen Rulnick. Planning Committee 
Linda Feegel. Planning Committee 



Barbara Jachna, President 

Margaret Repman, Secretary-Treasurer 

Mr. Dickhuth 



JUNIOR 
GRAY LADIES 



The Junior Gray Ladies are a group of 
Red Cross volunteers who go to Leeds 
Veterans Hospital in Northampton, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

The purpose of this group is to provide 
entertainment for the hospitalized veter- 
ans and to attend special functions spon- 
sored by the hospital. It is a truly reward- 
ing and worthwhile organization. 




Miss Hart 

Sharon Jenkinson, Co-chairman 

Deborah Wing, Co-chairman 



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ROUND 

TABLE 



This is a non-denominational 
discussion group that meets 
monthly and presents various 
stimulating programs that enlight- 
en the participants and give them 
an opportunity to take part in 
provocative debate. The Protes- 
tant Chaplain, Dr. David Wein- 
land guides the meetings. 




Alice Schultz, President 
Judith Cloud, Treasurer 



Sharon Fancher. Vice-President 
Judith Engstrom, Secretary 



Miss Hart 




( ecelia Cavanaugh, President 
Dianne Barry. Treasurer 
Mrs. Seaton 

Lorraine Festa, Vice-President 
Jeanne Rcnzulli, Secretary 



NEWMAN CLUB 



The Newman Club is an organization 
designed for Roman Catholic students, as 
well as any others who are interested in 
learning more about the religion. Through 
monthly panels, guest speakers, and dis- 
cussion groups, and under the supervision 
of Father James Joyce, the members 
become more keenly aware of the basic 
fundamentals of the religion. 



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Barbara Grabon, Art Editor 

Miss Clancy 

Sheila Lynch. Editor-in-Chief 

Jane Newell, Photography Editor 

Gail Slobohm, Literary Editor 

Janet Adams, Production Editor 

Andrea Hodgdon, Literary Editor 

Barbara Webster, Production Editor (absent) 



Soon after taking office, it became readily apparent 
to the 1964 Portico Editors, that there was a most 
important job to be done. You are now holding in your 
hands the record of the greatest achievements of the 
Class of 1964's eventful two years at Bay Path Junior 
College. 

The Portico staff under the direction of Miss Clancy, 
compiled pictures, candid shots, and literary descrip- 
tions of two years' activities on campus. 



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SENIORS 






CLASS OFFICERS 




Susan White 




Treasurer 


Mary Ann Fonseca 




Vice-President 


Linda Stephan 




Secretary 


Joan Beaudry 




President 


Miss Donahue 




Advisor 




Upon graduating from college, he said: 
"Look at me World, I have my A.B." 
The World answered: 

"Sit down, Son, I'll teach you the rest 

of the alphabet." 






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NANCY JEAN ALLEN 

"Style and charm so arm and arm. 




JANET CLARK ADAMS 

"A rare combination of cleverness, fun, and 
frolic." 




ELIZABETH ELSIE ANDERSON 

"The fairest garden in her looks, and in her 
mind the wisest books." 



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IRENE JUNE ARCISZEWSKI 

"Give me love, laughter, and music, and I shall 
make the best of life!" 






MONA JEAN ASHLEY 

"Good nature and good sense are usually com- 
panions." 



JULIE MARIE ASTUDILLO 

"Two heads are better than one if one is a 

red head." 



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JANE MARY ANN AUGUSTI 
"Never a care, never a regret." 







JUDITH ANN BAILARGEON 

"A modern girl with big bright eyes and a 

personality twice her size." 





CLAIRE ANN BAKER 

"Individuality is the root of everything good. 



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ALLYCE JOAN BEAUDRY 

"A charming smile on her face, she is stately 
and moves with grace." 





KATHLEEN GERTRUDE BEYER 

"Omanized confusion." 



PAULA LOUISE BIELASKA 

"I expect to pass through this life but once; so 

I'll enjoy it." 




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MARGARET WELLES BLAKE 

"Her friends — there are many. Her foes — are 

there any?" 



INGEBORG BOETTCHER 

"Personal appearance is a letter of introduc- 
tion." 





PAMELA BOX 

"How far that little candle throws its beam." 



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NANCY NORRIS BOYNTON 

"Her smile portrays her heart, happy the whole 

day through." 





DORIS ELAINE BRUBAKER 

"Silence suggests a thinking mind." 




PATRICIA KAREN BRILL 

"All her mistakes are original. 




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MARILYN LOUISA BUCK 

"A friendly way, a pleasing smile; dressed so 

neat and quite in style." 




MARILYN JEAN BUCHER] 

"Happy go lucky; easy go free; nothing on 
earth bothers me." 




VIRGINIA IRENE BURTON 

"There's something about her that sets her 
apart, a warm loving smile that reaches your 
heart." 



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NANCY LOUISE BUTTS 
"I'll speak in silence." 




JANE MARIE CALLAHAN 

"Quietness hath its own charm. 




SUZANNE JEAN BYRNE 

"Better to be small and shine than to be tal 

and cast a shadow." 




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PATRICIA JANE CASEY 

"To her young heart, everything is fun. 




LYDIA LEE ANN CAMPANINI 

"Good natured, good sport, full of fun; none 

other like her under the sun." 




CECELIA MARGARET CAVANAUGH 

"Silence is a virtue of the gods, but I am only 
human." 



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BARBARA JEAN CHECHETTE 

"Dark hair, dancing eyes, always smiling, she's 

a prize." 






JUDITH ANN CLOUD 

"A lady by nature; a scholar by education. 



SUSANNE CAROL COMPARETTO 
"A smile that glows and eyes that twinkle." 




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TANNA JEAN COVELL 

"Profound sincerity is the basis of character." 




LUCILLE CARMEL CON ETTA 

"Friendly but shy with a twinkle in her eye. 




GLENYS EDYTHE CUTLER 

"Music is said to be the rejoicing of the heart. 



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KATHRYN GAYLORD DAY 

"I love the life I lead, so I lead the life I love." 




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DORIS JEAN EVANS 

"What is life without fun'. 




JUDITH LYNN ENGSTROM 

"A smile for every girl — two for every fellow. 




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MARY MARGARET FARRAR 

"The mirth and fun grow fast and furious. 



JUDITH MORGAN FARRELL 

"I pity those who don't have fun." 





CAROL LEE FARRIOR 

"I enjoy being a girl." 



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MICHAELINE JOAN FEDOR 
"Dancing is life itself." 






SUSAN HARA FITZGIBBONS 

"Mirth, admit me to thy crew." 




MARY ANN FONSECA 

"Witty, lively, and full of fun, talk she will to 

everyone." 




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El A INF. IDA FOTTER 

"The world stands aside to let anyone pass who 

knows where she is going." 



SHARON JOAN GATELY 

"A woman's whole life is a history of her 

affections." 





BARBARA RITA GAUVIN 

"Purpose is what gives life meaning. 



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KARLENE MARIE GELINAS 

"Her eyes, like the sparks of fire, befriend 
thee." 





KRISTINA MARIA GENDRON 

"She entered a stranger and left a friend. 



IANE THERESA GONDEK 

"She'll always wear a golden crown as she 
walks in beauty like the night." 





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BARBARA ANN GRABON 

"Climb high, climb far, your goal the sky, 

your aim the star." 



SANDRA GRAVES 

"There are three days in the week I do not 

worry about — yesterday, today, and tomorrow." 





JOYCE DOROTHY GRECCO 

"Gentle of manner and soft of voice. 



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SALLY MARY GURSKI 

"I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my 

way." 





CAROL ANN GUTT 

"Music washes away from the soul the dust of 

everyday life." 



PHOEBE S. HAMMOND 

"If you can't be seen, why not be heard?" 





JUDITH ANNF. HEBERT 

"I aughter's never an end, it's a by-product. 



ANDREA JEANNE HODGDON 

"Her smile is merry and she is sincere, 

in her eyes the mischief shows clear." 



but 





BEVERLY LOUISE HORANZY 

"She is a woman of a few thousand words, 
and all of them are cushioned with laughter." 



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JANET RUTH HOUGHTON 

"The more we know her, the better we enjoy 

her." 





SUSAN A. HUBBARD 

"No gems, no gold she needs to wear; she 

shines intrinsically fair." 



JOAN FRANCES IWANICKI 

"Why take life seriously: you'll never get out 
alive." 




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BARBARA ANN JACHNA 

"And those who know her well know her as 
a friend." 



CAROL ANN JEFFCOAT 

"Her thinking of others makes us think of her.' 





SHARON MARGUERITE JENKINSON 
"A lot of chatter and a bundle of cheerfulness.' 



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CYNTHIA CHARLOTTE JOBIN 

"Silence is deep as eternity — speech as shallow 
as time." 




JUDITH KAREN KIELISZEK 
"The essence of femininity." 




SANDRA MARY KAWALEC 

"Hope for the best, get ready for the worst, 

and take whatever comes along." 




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BARBARA JFANNH KUHMICHEL 
"Happiness is not perfected until it is shared. 



PAULA ANN KUTA 

"A star shining quietly is none the less a star." 





PAULINE J. LACROIX 

"Sometimes quiet, most times a riot. 



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EUGENIA MARIE LAMONICA 

"She smiled and the shadows departed. 






NANCY LAW 

"Sprightly and fair with glorious hair and the 

manner and grace of a queen." 



NORF.EN MARGARET LEARY 

"Nothing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm." 




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DOROTHY ELAINE LEVASSEUR 
"I ife's too short, why worry?" 



DIANE ELEANOR LISK 

"The grin grew broad and shot from ear to 

ear." 





KAREN JUDITH LOMBARD 

"Her manner is carefree, her spirit gay. 



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SUE A. LOUGHLIN 

"A spot of freckled mirth against the dark." 





SHEILA ANNE LYNCH 

"She looks like an angel and acts like one too. 

but you never can tell what an angel will do." 



JOELLEN MANTON 

"A sweet young girl is hard to find but here is 
one to keep in mind." 




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DEBORAH JEAN MARCHAND 
"Friendship is like the light of phosphorous, 
seen plainest when all around is dark." 



ANNE E. MARSHALL 

"Neatness is the cunning grace of womanhood. 





FAYE C. MASTRANGELO 

"Full of fun and fancy free, that's the way 

she'll always be." 



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CAROL LOUISE MILLER 

"A quiet exterior conceals much." 





MYRLA JOY MITCHELL 

"Cute, gay, and never with a sigh; happiness 
makes the days pass quickly by." 



ANNE ELIZABETH MONAHAN 

"A little work, a little play, to keep us going.' 




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JUDITH MALLORY MONROF 

"Silence is one great art of conversation. 



BARBARA FRANCES MOZICATO 

"She spoke, and into every heart she found a 
way." 




CAROLE LEE MULLEN 

"Exquisite taste in manner and dress, graceful 

charm she does possess." 







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PAULETTE MARIE NAREAU 

"There lies a bit of mischief behind the mild 

exterior." 





JANE ELIZABETH NEWELL 

"Not too serious, not too gay. a rare good 
friend in every way." 




KAREN ANN PARISELETI 

"Full of fun and full of pep. she makes new 

friends at every step." 




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JENNIFER JULIA PARRETT 

"The liveliest effusions of wit and humor.' 



MARIA TERESA PELLEGRINO 

"Tranquil people accomplish much." 






JOYCE JEAN PIEROG 

"She knows what she wants and finds the best 

way to get it." 



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BERNICE ANN PIETRYCHA 

"A cute maid, a real live wire — the kind of 

which you never tire." 





EMMY SWALE PRIESTLEY 

"A maiden beguiling and petite." 



SALLYANN PRYCE 

"I'm so tall that I have my own outlook on 

life." 




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JOAN MARIE QUKiLEY 

"A mind equal to any undertaking that she 

puts it along side of." 



JEANNE ANN RENZULLI 

"Fair as the beautiful snow, with an eye like 

its crystal, a heart like its glow." 





PATRICIA MARY RICHARDSON 

"Let us have pleasure, joy, and laughter. 



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SUSAN ANN ROBINSON 

"Life is a jest, and all things show it, I thought 

so once and now I know it." 




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SUSAN JANE ROBINSON 

"Silence is golden, for it never gives you away. 




SHERYL LEE ROMSEY 

"The atom bomb isn't very big either. 





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SUSANNE OSBORNE SCHMITZ 
"Away with books; we're here for fun. 



LINDA MAR1.ENE ROSE 
"Shall I go softly all my years?" 






ALICE CAROL SCHULTZ 

"I live in a world of smiles and giggles, where 
a frown is never found." 



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JUDITH D. SEIBERT 

"A little sweet, a little spice — makes the com- 
bination very nice." 





PATRICIA ANN SHEA 

"I have no other than a woman's reason. 



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PATRICIA MARY SHERIDAN 

"When she walked in. the fun began. 




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JEANNE LOUISE SHYKULA 

"Wise to resolve and palient to perform. 






JOAN MARIE SINCLITICO 

"To be gentle, kind, sweet, and shy — these are 
the qualities of an angel." 





GAIL BARBARA SLOBOHM 

"So winsome, sweet, and gay, truly the sunshine 
of the day." 



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DONNA JOY SMITH 

"She has a nature both quiet and pleasing. 






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SANDRA JEAN SPENCER 

"A quiet mind is richer than a crown." 



LINDA WARD STEPHAN 

"Let me have my friends around me, for that 

is joy." 




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SANDRA FORBING STEPHAN 

"A blush is beautiful, but often inconvenient. 



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RENATE SVEICERS 

"Personality is to a woman as perfume is to a 
flower." 





LYNNE ANN SWIATOWSKI 

"She seems a maid of colorful yesterdays and 

confident tomorrows." 



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PATRICIA ANN TEDESCO 
"Quiet — until her friends come along." 





PENELOPE MARGARET TONKS 

"Not that I love study less, but I lose fun 

more." 



LINNA MARIE TOWER 

"Knowledge to know, ability to do. energy to 

accomplish." 




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LINDA MARY TRYBA 

"Happiness her talent, friendship her trade.' 



LINDA A. TYRRELL 

"Gemini is up then down — now a princess, 
now a clown." 





DONNA ANN TYSKWICZ 

"Talk to her of Jacob's ladder, and she would 

ask the number of its steps." 



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GRETEL LOUISE UHL 

"A sunbeam in a winter's day." 





ELIZABETH WAIVERIS 

"There are a few things that never go out of 
style, and a feminine woman is one of them." 



JUDITH CHRISTINE WAI.O 

"Education is a treasure, and culture never 

dies." 




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I.FONA JOAN WALSH 

"Sophisticated swinger." 



BARBARA LYN WEBSTER 

"She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mischief 

in her eye." 




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ROSEMARY JEANNE WEIMANN 
"Quiet, unassuming, every inch a lady.' 



SUSAN FOSTER WHITE 

"What'er she did was done with so much ease." 




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SALLY ANN WILKES 

"A gay and happy girl who will brighten your 
day." 



DEBORAH ANN WING 

"Grace was in all her steps, in every gesture 

dignity and love." 





ELIZABETH ANNE ZEINER 

"A bit of independence." 




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Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair, 
And having perhaps the better claim, 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same, 



And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence : 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 

—By Robert Frost 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



CLASS OF 1964 



JANET ADAMS 
PATRICIA ALBARELLI 
NANCY ALLEN 
ELIZABETH ANDERSON 
IRENE ARCISZEWSKI 
JEAN ASHLEY 
JULIE ASTUDILLO 
JANE AUGUSTI 
JUDITH BAILARGEON 
CLAIRE BAKER 
JOAN BEAUDRY 
KATHLEEN BEYER 
PAULA BIELASKA 
MARGARET WELLES BLAKE 
INGEBORG BOETTCHER 
PAMELA BOX 
NANCY BOYNTON 
PATRICIA BRILL 
DORIS BRUBAKER 
MARILYN BUCHERI 
MARILYN BUCK 
VIRGINIA BURTON 
NANCY BUTTS 
SUZANNE BYRNE 
JANE CALLAHAN 
LYDIA CAMPANINI 
PATRICIA CASEY 
CECELIA CAVANAUGH 
BARBARA CHECHETTE 
JUDITH CLOUD 
SUSANNE COMPARETTO 
LUCILLE CONETTA 
TANNA JEAN COVELL 
GLENYS CUTLER 
GAY DAY 
JUDY ENGSTROM 
DORIS JEAN EVANS 
MARY FARRAR 
IUDITH FARRELL 
CAROL LEE FARRIOR 
MICHAELINE FEDOR 
SUSAN FITZGIBBONS 
MARY ANN FONSECA 
ELAINE FOTTER 
SHARON GATELY 
BARBARA GAUVIN 
KARLENE GELINAS 
KRISTINA GENDRON 
JANE GONDEK 
BARBARA GRABON 
SANDRA GRAVES 
JOYCE GRECCO 
SALLY GURSKI 
CAROL GUTT 
PHOEBE HAMMOND 
JUDITH HFBFRT 



R.F.D. 3, Box 374, Old Lyme, Conn. 
426 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 
160 Laurel Road, W. Springfield, Mass. 
6 Svea Avenue, Branford, Conn. 
323 N. Main St., E. Longmeadow, Mass. 
51 Lenox Street, Manchester, Conn. 
690 Ogden Avenue, Teaneck, N.J. 
45 Fairview Ave., W. Springfield, Mass. 
741 Avery Street, Wapping, Conn. 
Founder's Path, Southold, New York 
275 Depot Road, East Whately, Mass. 
13 Elizabeth St., Rockville, Conn. 
Hillside View, Gilbertville. Mass. 
Bowdoin St., Springfield, Mass. 
774 Bergen Blvd.. Ridgefield, N. J. 

82 Bay View Ave., Salem. Mass. 
20 Marjorie Rd., Braintree, Mass. 

127 Campbell Ave., West Haven, Conn. 
902 Buttonwood Street. Emmaus, Penn. 
55 Highland Terrace, New Britain, Conn. 
1 18 Bedford Avenue, Hamden, Conn. 
719 N. Street, Feeding Hills. Mass. 
44 Cummings St., East Hartford, Conn. 

30 Prospect PL, Massapequa. N.Y. 
Main Street, State Line, Mass. 

83 Baldwin St., W. Springfield, Mass. 
44 Catherine St.. Hartford, Conn. 
485 Maple Road, Longmeadow, Mass. 
182 Old Farm Rd., Springfield. Mass. 
4 Lynn Drive, Holyoke, Mass. 

215 Hazard Ave., Hazardville, Conn. 
137 Fairview Ave.. Port Chester, N.Y. 
Northgate, Alger Ct., Bronxville, N.Y. 
Tilen Hill Road, Monson, Mass. 
c/o Robertson's. Sherman. Conn. 
126 Figlar Ave., Fairfield, Conn. 
28 Chestnut Street. Tuckahoe 7, N.Y. 
1 Griffith Rd., Wcstover AF Base, Mass. 

84 Ely Road, Longmeadow, Mass. 

31 Susan Lane. Bristol. Conn. 

23 Bidwell Ave.. E. Hartford. Conn. 

12 Meadow Lark Rd.. Enfield, Conn 

53 West Street. Chicopcc. Mass. 

221 Princeton Street, Hartford. Conn. 

336 Central St., Springfield, Mass. 

70 Edward Street. Athol, Mass. 

22 Sunset Dr., Fairview. Mass. 

202 Locust St.. Holyoke. Mass. 

2847 Main St., Glastonbury, ( onn. 

63 Howes St.. Springfield. Mass. 

North Street. Ashlield, Mass. 

25 Capt. Mac St., Chicopcc, Mass. 

' I I asi Street. Ludlow. Mass. 

1 55 Addison Rd., ( rlastonburj . C onn. 

Virginia Ave., Fishkill, N.Y. 

103 ( hurch St., Alexandria Bay. N.Y. 



December 2 
September 27 
January 23 
April 23 
June 1 1 
March 1 1 
September 3 
October 28 
July 4 

September 17 
April 27 
September 2 
December 3 1 
August 3 
December 24 
June 18 
October 25 
August 20 
August 8 
May 7 
January 17 
November 30 
December I I 
February 20 
July 30 
August I 6 
June 28 
October 14 
February l l 
August 29 
September 26 
June 16 
March 6 
February 17 
Angus] 14 
January 4 
April 13 
April 3 
March 3 

September l l 

August 13 
January 21 
January 19 
September 7 
March 22 
December 4 
August 30 
May 2 
February 1 7 
August 6 
Ink 27 
October 22 
September 6 
August 2 
December I 3 
November I 



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JOELLEN M ANTON 
DEBORAH MARCHAND 
ANNE MARSHALL 
FAYE MASTRANGELO 
CAROL MILLER 
MYRLA MITCHELL 
ANNE MONAHAN 
JUDITH MONROE 
BARBARA MOZICATO 
CAROL E. MULLEN 
PAULETTE NAREAU 
JANE NEWELL 
kAREN PARISELETI 
JENNIFER PARRETT 
MARIA PELLEGRINO 
JOYCE PIEROG 
BERNICE PIETRYCHA 
EMMY PRIESTLEY 
SALLYANN PRYCE 
JOAN QUIGLEY 
JEANNE RENZULLI 
PATRICIA RICHARDSON 
SUSAN ANN ROBINSON 
SUSAN JANE ROBINSON 
SHERYL ROMSEY 
1 I\DA ROSE 
SUSANNE SCHMITZ 
ALICE SCHULTZ 
JUDITH SEIBERT 
PATRICIA SHEA 
PATRICIA SHERIDAN 
JEANNE SHYKULA 
JOAN SINCLITICO 
GAIL SLOBOHM 
DONNA SMITH 
SANDRA SPENCER 
I l\ DA STEPHAN 
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LYNNE SWIATOWSKI 
PATRICIA TEDESCO 
PI N ELOPE TONKS 



59 Porter St., E. Hartford, Conn. 

1623 Hill Street, Suffield, Conn. 

73 Acrebrook Rd., Springfield, Mass. 

24-B Davis Rd., Westover AF Base. Mass. 

16 Riverdale Rd.. Thompsonville, Conn. 

46 N. Spruce St.. Fairhaven. Mass. 

4 Faith Drive, Rockville, Conn. 

c/o Wagner. 560 So. St., Suffield, Conn. 

Scoville Hill Rd.. Harwinton, Conn. 

39 Czepiel St.. Chicopce. Mass. 

41 Pleasant St., E. Longmeadow, Mass. 
12 Drumlin Dr.. Morris Plains. N.J. 

28 Smith Ave., Westfield, Mass. 

41 Main St... Hazardville, Conn. 

22 Countryside Lane, Suffield, Conn. 
31 Brook Road, Weston. Mass. 
19 Lavvndale St., Springfield, Mass. 

40 W. Middle Tpke., Manchester, Conn. 
Valley View Lane, Vernon. Conn. 

30 Ash Drive. Windsor, Conn. 
Maple Street, Lee, Mass. 
100 York St., New Haven, Conn. 
Wilstar Circle, Hazardville, Conn. 
Winchester Rd., Norfolk, Conn. 
Forest Ridge Rd., Waterbury, Conn. 
22 Clayton Dr., Wethersfield, Conn. 
807 Main Street, Agawam, Mass. 
120 Silver Street, Dover, N.H. 
Apartado 201, Caracas, Venezuela 
Lanphier Rd., Branford, Conn. 
125 Bonner St., Hartford, Conn. 
56 Elmwood Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 
68 Montgomery St., Ind. Orchard, Mass. 
95 Kent Street, Hartford, Conn. 
1 16 S. Whitney St., Hartford, Conn. 
340 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Conn. 
866 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Mass. 
205 State St., Thompsonville, Conn. 
55 Hamner Street, Hartford, Conn. 
38 Glenarden Rd., Turnbull, Conn. 

528 Elm Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

29 Parsonage Road, Rocky Hill, Conn. 

42 Fowler Ave., Yonkers, New York 
108 Manor Hill Rd., Stratford, Conn. 
77 Donlyn Dr., Chicopee, Mass. 

168 Laurel Rd., W. Springfield, Mass. 
36 Woods Rd., Belmont, Mass. 
344 Main St., Wilbraham, Mass. 
Brookside Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 
P.O. Box 86, Ashley Falls, Mass. 
1909 Parker St., Springfield, Mass. 
14 Myrtle Ave., Holyoke, Mass. 
Hebron Road, Manchester, Conn. 
68 Mountain Road, Windsor, Conn. 

529 Church Street, N. Adams, Mass. 
Croton Lake Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y. 
Jacksonville Stage, Charlemont, Mass. 
105 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 
987 Grove St., Framingham, Mass. 

71 Winding Lane, Avon, Conn. 

83 Iowa St., Torrington, Conn. 

1 St. Thomas St., Thompsonville, Conn. 

544 Pine Street, Bristol, Conn. 

920 Pelhamdale Ave., Pelham, N.Y. 



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March 12 
November 
June 14 
March 4 
May 29 
August 28 
June 20 
June 13 
February 9 
March 28 
March 22 
February 1 1 
December 21 
September 18 
May 25 
November 1 
September 9 
November 20 
July 6 

December 13 
July 26 
February 1 8 
November 3 
April 25 
October 19 
August 7 
December 20 
October 19 
July 13 
April 17 
May 27 
November 6 
October 16 
May 22 
May 28 
December 26 
December 4 
June 15 
April 12 
July 16 
November 1 
January 13 
June 3 

November 24 
July 21 
September 13 
December 3 
December 31 
February 2 
October 9 
December 
July 2 
July 27 
August 2 
October 1 1 
April 1 
May 24 
January 9 
May 28 
January 22 
July 31 
May 3 
November 8 



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LINNA TOWER 
LINDA TRYBA 
LINDA TYRRELL 
DONNA TYSKWICZ 
GRETEL UHL 
ELIZABETH WAIVERIS 
JUDITH WALO 
LEONA WALSH 
BARBARA WEBSTER 
ROSEMARY WEIMANN 
SUSAN WHITE 
SALLY WILKES 
DEBORAH WING 
ELIZABETH ZEINER 



373 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam, Mass. 

553 Parker St., Springfield, Mass. 

257 Dale Road, Wethersfield. Conn. 

276 Roger St., Hartford, Conn. 

109 Harbor St.. Branford, Conn. 

25 Elm St., Windsor, Conn. 

Main St., Marstons Mills, Mass. 

97 Simms Rd., Kensington, Conn. 

47 Greenbrier Rd., E. Hartford, Conn. 

Kierstead Road. Marlborough, Conn. 

812 East Street, Lenox, Mass. 

Prospect St.. Hatfield, Mass. 

29 Washington St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

Castlewood Road, Avon, Conn. 



July 3 1 
December 1 1 
June 14 
March 31 
April 18 
August 29 
March 28 
May 31 
January 23 
April 5 
July 18 
March 14 
April 30 
March 28 



CLASS OF 1965 



LYNNE ADDISON 
EMILY ALAIMO 
DOREEN ALBERT 
JOANNE ANDREWS 
PATRICIA ANDRIGHETTI 
JEAN AUSTIN 
GAIL BACKES 
CHERYL BARR 
SUSAN BARR 
JACQUELINE BARRETT 
DIANNE BARRY 
JUDITH BECHTEL 
MARIA BEHRENDT 
JOYCE BELANGER 
BEVERLY BELLEFEUILLE 
SUSAN BELTRANDI 
BEVERLY BERTHOLD 
PENNY BIGELOW 
BEVERLY BAKE 
CYNTHIA BLOCH 
LUCILLE BLOUIN 
SUSAN BORRUP 
MARGARET BRADLEY 
VICTORIA BRANDT 
MARY LOU BREGOLI 
MARTA CAPECELATRO 
CAROL CARLSON 
NORMA CARRUTH 
MARILYN CARTEN 
JANET CARUSO 
JEANNE CESARELLO 
CHERYL CHALKE 
KATHLEEN CLAYTON 
JANICE COE 
SHERRI COHEN 
LESLIE COLLIER 
JOYCE COOLEY 
LYNDA COOPER 
LINDA COSCIA 
SUSAN COUGHLIN 
CHAR] 1 NL COVEY 
II IZABETH CROCKER 
CAROL CROSBY 
CHRISTINE CURTIS 



4 Hickory La., Bloomfield, Conn. 

6 Warriner Ave., Thompsonville, Conn. 
Old North Rd., Worthington. Mass. 
1 1 Hill Street, Eastondale, Mass.. 
423 Riverside Ave., Torrington, Conn. 
1687 Great Plain Ave.. Needham, Mass. 
335 North Main St., Wallingford, Conn. 
Holland Road, Brimfield, Mass. 
Box 172, Bushkill, Penn. 

66 Barrington Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. 
655 Elm St.. Pittsfield, Mass. 

13 Chapin Ave.. Rocky Hill, Conn. 

106 Funston Ave., Torrington, Conn. 

958 Parker St., Springfield, Mass. 

78 Jeannette St., Forestville, Conn. 

3 17 Southwick St.. Feeding Hills, Mass. 

50 Forest Drive, Wethersfield. Conn. 

1000 Matianuck Ave., Windsor, Conn. 

26 Shaker Rd., Concord, N.H. 

228 John St., Newington, Conn. 

43 Continental St., Springfield, Mass. 

I Country Lane, Rockville, Conn. 
345 Main St., Chatham. New Jersey 
48 Tor Court, Pittsfield, Mass. 

108 Baldwin St., W. Springfield, Mass. 
20 Woodside Dr.. Orange, Conn. 

37 Dartmouth PI., Newington, Conn. 
150 Chestnut St., Fairhaven, Mass. 
87 Placid Ave., Stratford, Conn. 

38 Sunset Rd., Hamden, Conn. 
132 Norton St., Waterbury, Conn 

106 Morningside Dr., Longmeadow, Mass. 
6 Parkview Dr., Avon, Conn. 

67 Hayden Ave., Windsor, Conn. 

134 Edgewood Ave.. Longmeadow, Mass. 

28 Pond St.. Billerica, Mass. 

506 Kennedy Rd., Windsor, Conn 

280 Booth St., Stratford, Conn. 

74 Fairland Dr., Fairfield, Conn 

215 Grassmere Ave., [nterlaken, N.J. 

5 Frances Dr., Manchester, Conn. 
Mill Way, Barnstable. Mass. 

I I Braille St., Brattleboro, Vi. 

67 Ridgewood Dr., Norwood. Mass. 



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November 1 1 
September 13 
May 14 
March 16 
March 27 
September 27 
September 2 1 
January 8 
January 13 
January 8 
December 13 
May 1 I 
January 6 
April 3 
January 21 
October 29 
October 3 
May 13 
September 15 
August 14 
August 27 
June 2(1 
December 1 I 
March 12 
November I 3 
July 19 
December 19 
October 3 
April 24 
July 20 
Januarj l 1 ' 
July 26 
April 17 
February 24 
June 5 
September 1 
April 25 
January 22 
January 12 
August 22 
l ebruary 9 
April 5 
December 5 



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LORRAINE FESTA 
\WE FITZGERALD 
NANCY FLEISCHNER 
CHRISTINA FOZE 
NANCY FRANGIAMORE 
BARBARA FROEHLICH 
IRENE GALLAGHER 
MARYELLEN GALLIVAN 
MARJORIE GARDNER 
PAULA GAUDREAU 
PATRICIA GECI 
ELIZABETH GILDERSLEEVE 
MARIANNE GIORGIANNI 
BARBARA GIULINI 
REGINA GRABOWSKI 
ANN GRACELY 
DIANE GREENE 
JILL GRIFFITH 
BETTE HALL 
JOAN HEMINGWAY 
JULIA HENRY 
RUTH HICKSON 
ELIZABETH HOWE 
GAIL HUGO 
SUE HULIT 
M \RY HUTT 
MARY JENNINGS 
EDRISS JOHNSON 
kAREN JOHNSON 
PATRICIA JOHNSON 
MARY JOHNSTON 
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Conklin St., Salisbury, Conn. 
109 Washington St., Manchester. Conn. 
675 Williams St.. 1 ongmeadow. Mass. 
Main St., East Brewster. Mass. 
369 Troy Road. So. Windsor, Conn. 
Lake St.. Litchfield, Conn. 
43 Barrington Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. 
48 l > Dennison Dr., Southbridge, Mass. 
138 Acrebrook Dr.. Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
59 Clinton Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y. 
Root Rd.. Somers, Conn. 
38 Grove Rd., Cromwell, Conn. 
2 Burlington PI., Fair Lawn, N.J. 
13 Jamroga La., Stamford, Conn. 

21 Gates Ave., E. Longmeadow, Mass. 
New Lebanon Ctr., Columbia County, N.Y. 
203 Ashley St.. W. Springfield, Mass. 

75 Ash St.. Weston. Mass. 

Box 384. Cranbury, N.J. 

18 Cedar Ledge Rd., W. Hartford. Conn. 

220 Maple St., New Britain, Conn. 

138 Pleasantview Ave., Longmeadow, Mass. 

1516 Shepard Ave.. Hamden, Conn. 

20 Riverview Ter., Chicopee, Mass. 

15 Forest Hills La., W. Hartford, Conn. 

1 12 Lenox St., E. Haven, Conn. 

15 Pine Ct., Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. 

245 Highland St., New Haven, Conn. 

47 Glenvale St., Springfield, Mass. 

13 Asnuntuck St., Thompsonville, Conn. 

631 Portland Ave.. Baldwin, N.Y. 

1444 Broad St., Hartford, Conn. 

89 Wintonbury Ave., Bloomfield, Conn. 

22 Broadleaf La., Enfield, Conn. 

49 Monroe St., Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
15 Florence St., E. Hartford, Conn. 
613 Main St., Portland, Conn. 
265 Glenn Ave., Trenton, N.J. 
809 Center St.. Manchester, Conn. 
20 Homestead St., Agawam, Mass. 
148 Coriell Ave., Fanwood, N.J. 
67 Barton St., Presque Isle, Maine 
34B Davis Rd., Westover AF Base, Mass. 
1 Old Flintlock Rd., Bloomfield, Conn. 
345 W. Seaman Ave., Freeport, N.Y. 
55 Acrebrook Dr., Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
177 Trafton Rd.. Springfield, Mass. 
200 Danbury Rd., Wilton, Conn. 
1294 South Ave., Stratford, Conn. 
22 Birch Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. 
385 Forest St., E. Hartford, Conn. 
33 Stevens St., Athol, Mass. 
470 Main St., Portland, Conn. 
675 Chickadee La., Stratford, Conn. 
26 Pleasant St., W. Hartford, Conn. 
555 Mountain Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. 
442 Yukinoshita, kamakura, Japan 
35 Carroll Rd., E. Hartford, Conn. 
381 Mckinley Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
260 DeMott Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y. 
Carleton Ave., Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. 
331 Curtis Ave., Carle Place, N.Y. 
37 Leyfred Ter., Springfield, Mass. 



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March 20 
August 27 
May 27 
August 9 
April 29 
May 1 
July 21 
August 16 
May 4 
November 
August 24 
January 3 
September 27 
September 11 
August 6 
August 21 
July 10 
December 4 
November 28 
March 15 
September 1 
September 27 
April 28 
April 27 
September 4 
November 8 
September 2 
July 22 
March 9 
November 25 
January 25 
June 25 
January 10 
January 8 
June 18 
September 26 
October 4 
February 2 
December 30 
October 15 
September 14 
July 18 
July 7 
May 29 
March 12 
October 13 
April 2 
October 13 
November 23 
March 14 
April 2 
September 8 
September 21 
May 14 
January 13 
February 14 
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